An anonymous reader writes: I am working in a reputed Indian Software Company with over 100,000 employees. We get electronic payslips in pdf format. For the purpose of loan I needed hard copy of last 12 months payslips.
In case if a company issues electronic payslips the printout of payslips authorized and stamped by Company HR will do. Easier said then done.
I went to my HR ( or one of their minion) with this request and was aghast at her response. She rudely refused to sign any payslip and declared to make my way out of what is given.
I have 2 questions to ask the slahdotters.
1) Its my Payslip, its perfectly legal, Isnt it my right to ask for a hard copy or a stamped copy when I need it and Company should be obliged to give it to me.
2)Rudeness puts me off and that too when I am all genuine. Its almost a trend in Indian Software comanies, HR & Resource Mangement groups are new age babus (bureaucrats ). They families live on the sweat of the developers, yet they never loose an opportunity to suck their blood also. In what forum (Inside or Outside my company) should I take this matter of HR highhandedness.